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The AlmaLaurea Consortium Report 2019 on employment and profile of Unimore graduates has been presented

Employment opportunities confirm to be flattering for Unimore graduates, who boast excellent performance in terms of received remunerations still on the first year of work and of time dedicated to complete their studies. The Emilia Romagna University is actually at the top of the lists according to AlmaLaurea surveys, on graduates in 2018 and employment of graduates in 2017, for many of parameters considered in the interviews carried out.

After the success with Censis survey, the Emilia Romagna University also boasts an extremely positive opinion expressed by its graduates, who confirm they would repeat the same degree programme at Unimore should they come back to University, in a more massive way than what happens in any other university.

The surveys carried out by the AlmaLaurea university Consortium on 75 Italian universities show that students who are going to enrol in Unimore have an extremely reassuring perspective in front of them.

The unemployment rate one year after the degree is just 7.7% among the universities with over one thousand graduates per year.

Undoubtedly, the general appreciation for the degree obtained at Unimore is the result of an extremely favourable socio-economic context, made of a highly dynamic business structure, still it cannot be separated from Unimore strategic focus on the teaching quality of its degree programmes, and the way it looks after the study programme of its students: 67% of them get the degree within the regular time, when the national average is barely 53.6%. In Italy, Unimore ranks third for this parameter among the universities with more than 3,000 graduates, as only IUAV (68.8%) and Ca’ Foscari in Venice (68.6%) get better results. On the other hand, data on regular graduates for the other Emilia Romagna universities is as follows: Bologna (65.7%); Ferrara (55.9%), and Parma (56.7%).

Similarly, the value that young people assign Unimore is in line with the opportunities offered to students to enter the job market during their studies, by taking up internships or apprenticeships: a 77.8% out of the total of Unimore students taking up internships when studying (and 52.2% after university). In Italy, only IUAV (91.8%), Ca’ Foscari in Venice (80.4%) and Verona (79.4%) get better results.

As regards internship/apprenticeships opportunities, Unimore ranks fourth among the universities in Italy with more than 3,000 graduates. On the other hand, as far as the rate of internship students who have taken up this experience outside the university - still among the Universities with more than 3,000 graduates - Unimore ranks third, only preceded by IUAV (69.2%) and Verona (59%).  Here the national average is 38.5%, whereas for the other Emilia-Romagna universities it goes from 40.2% in Bologna to 48.9% in Ferrara, and 41.4% in Parma. 

The flattering opinion reported in interviews by Unimore graduates is the result of a complex set of factors. According to this opinion, with regard to the years of study at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, and to the relationships built with teachers and colleagues, 76.1% of people state that they would enrol in the same study programme again at Unimore, one of the highest satisfaction percentage among general universities in Italy with more than 3,000 graduates (the Italian average in the university system is 70%).

These positive results are confirmed by the appreciation of the economic system, offering Unimore graduates remunerations among the highest in Italy, as early as in the first months of employment, with an average of 1,243.00 net euros per month (regardless the type of degree), that still show a significant difference between male graduates (1,391.00 euros/month) and female graduates (1,139.00 euros/month).

“Censis survey 2019 confirms that Unimore places itself once more at the top of the national rankings in terms of employment of its graduates within one year after obtaining the degree – the Honourable Rector of Unimore, Angelo O. Andrisano remarks -, a certainly reassuring outcome also linked to the several opportunities offered to our students to take internships during their training programme. This is completed by another no less important factor: we are also among the top Italian universities in terms of average remuneration of our graduates, in particular we are the second university for master graduates and the fifth for bachelors. As regards the years of the degree programme, I would like to point out that in Unimore the percentage of students graduating within the prescribed time has increased, as well as that more than three students out of four would choose the same university and the same degree programme again, being this the evidence of an accurate policy of guidance before the university and tutoring”.


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Articolo pubblicato da: Ufficio Stampa Unimore - ufficiostampa@unimore.it il 29/07/2019